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Chapter 10. CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORK. OVERVIEW. Configure and troubleshoot the TCP/IP protocol Connect to a wireless network Connect to the Internet using dial-up networking Connect to a virtual private network (VPN)

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overview
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKOVERVIEW
  • Configure and troubleshoot the TCP/IP protocol
  • Connect to a wireless network
  • Connect to the Internet using dial-up networking
  • Connect to a virtual private network (VPN)
  • Configure and troubleshoot Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
  • Configure and manage Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance
configuring tcp ip
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKCONFIGURING TCP/IP
  • OSI and DARPA reference models
  • TCP/IP protocol architecture
  • TCP/IP addressing
  • Troubleshooting TCP/IP
the tcp ip protocol suite continued
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKTHE TCP/IP PROTOCOL SUITE (CONTINUED)
  • Routable networking protocol
  • Supported by most operating systems
  • Can connect dissimilar systems
  • Provides access to Internet resources
  • Cross-platform client/server framework
dynamic ip addressing
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKDYNAMIC IP ADDRESSING
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)
  • Autoconfiguration for multiple network connectivity
wireless network terminology
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKWIRELESS NETWORK TERMINOLOGY
  • 802.11a/b/g
  • Infrastructure mode
  • Ad hoc mode
  • Service Set Identifier (SSID)
  • Wired Equivalent Protection (WEP)
  • 802.11i (WPA)
connecting to a non microsoft network
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKCONNECTING TO A NON-MICROSOFT NETWORK
  • Client Services for NetWare (CSNW)
  • NWLink protocol
  • Third-party network clients and protocols
new connection wizard
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKNEW CONNECTION WIZARD
  • Connect to the Internet using dial-up networking.
    • Dial-up connection
    • Broadband connection
  • Connect to your workplace.
    • Dial-up connection
    • VPN connection
enabling internet connection sharing continued
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKENABLING INTERNET CONNECTION SHARING (CONTINUED)
  • Reassigns TCP/IP address on LAN interface
  • Enables limited IP address assignment service
  • Enables DNS proxy and NAT
summary
Chapter 10: CONNECTING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL TO A NETWORKSUMMARY
  • The TCP/IP and DARPA reference models describe networks.
  • The DARPA model describes the TCP/IP protocol suite.
  • Microsoft TCP/IP supports static and dynamic addressing.
  • APIPA provides addresses when DHCP is unavailable.
  • The New Connection Wizard is used to create remote connections.
  • Remote Desktop provides remote control.
  • Remote Assistance enables remote support.
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